People in West Yorkshire are being asked to help decide where to build 66,000 new homes.
Public meetings begin today to work out where to build them.
The Leeds Council area includes not only the city, but also outlying rural areas stretching from Rothwell to Wetherby.
The local authority's already carried out a consultation on how to protect greenbelt sites, but says it needs to work out where to build thousands of homes between now and 2028.
Public consultation on the proposals start today and continue until early August.